Home to three championship golf course – The King’s, Queen’s, and PGA Centenary. The PGA course, which hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup, is a Jack Nicklaus design and is definitely an American style layout. The King’s and Queen’s courses are both James Braid’s designs, and fall more in line with the classic Scottish heathland style.

This five-star luxury resort is considered Scotland’s most historic hotel, originally a hunting retreat for London’s richest men. Set within an 850-acre countryside estate less than an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. With three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa, and excursions including shooting, fishing, falconry and horseback riding, there is something for everyone.
St. Andrews’ premier five-star hotel and spa overlooking the 17th fairway of the famed Old Course and the North Sea beyond. Relax at the award-winning Kohler water spa, or enjoy a pint and meal in one of their six restaurants and bars. Home to quite possibly the most famous 19th hole in golf – the Jigger Inn.
Historic four-star hotel in a Victorian mansion sits adjacent to the 18th fairway of the Old Course. Enjoy a Scottish breakfast at their Rocca Restaurant while being a stone throw away from golfers putting on the 18th. Other dining options include a gastropub, as well as a champagne and whisky bar.
Recently refurbished four-star hotel located only a minutes’ walk from the first tee of the Old Course. Their elegant bistro serves rustic French fare. They also have a rustic-style pub hosting regular live music.